I misinterpreted your earlier post about the location, then. My topographical knowledge concerning Brazil isn't good so I was taking what I mistook to be your word for it.
But my argument concerned the surface mostly. It's rather idiotic to have a hard court event after a series of clay events, and then to have no follow-up on the surface.
Well, I agree to some extent that its a little tough to reach there, you need a bus or a car from Goiania or Brasilia
and specially for foreign players it can be tough to reach this city, but we also
have any challengers in United States that arent in cities with airports. At least Rio Quente is a touristical city so the players can enjoy a good time . About the surface, I agree.